At what temp is it to cold for our pups to go out for walks? Do jackets really help?
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if you can stand being outside then dont worry about the dog itll be fine
This is what Ive been wondering as well. Im from canada and right now where I live (fort mcmurray) its -38 degrees celcius with a windchill. Im trying to look for doggy boots online at the moment. Its way too cold for them to be outside any longer than 2-3 minutes with out boots on. Poor puppy paws I dont know the celcius to farhenheit conversion but its freakin freezing outside.
I took my pup out and it was in the 40's and she was shivering almost as soon as we got outside. A few days ago it was a lot colder, below 32F and she acted fine like she didn't want to go back in. I think she was faking. It hasn't snowed yet and she was a spring pup so we'll see how this goes.